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Do you have expenses that you can’t afford to pay and have few options to borrow money? Do you live in the United States and have a 401K or IRA? Did you know that you can withdraw money from these accounts to pay for these expenses without paying interest? If you live in the United States, to get the guide on how and when to do this.
Debt, Budgeting, Investing, Retirement Funds, Canada
Do you have an RRSP that is having lackluster returns? Are you tired of high mutual fund fees and stock market volatility? Do you have a mortgage that you would like to pay off? Did you know that your RRSP can carry your mortgage and you can send your mortgage payments to your RRSP, which means you can keep the interest? If you don’t have a mortgage, did you know that you can lend people money from your RRSP, earning the same interest rate that a bank would earn on its money? If you live in Canada, to get the guide on when and how you can do this.
Debt, Budgeting, Retirement Funds, United States
Do you have expenses that you can’t afford to pay and have few options to borrow money? Do you have high interest rate debt? Do you live in the United States and have a 401K or IRA? Did you that you can borrow money from your 401K under certain conditions even if you can’t borrow money anywhere else? You can use this money to buy a home or pay down other debt that you have. If you live in the United States, to get the guide on how and when to do this.